West Lafayette - November 5, 2012 - Project Management Academy® recently added
a comprehensive tutorial on Microsoft Project 2010® to its "Club PDU®" online
training program. This addition to PMA's innovative PDU
training program provides insight to project managers on how to fully utilize this valuable tool, and also provides
13 PDU credit hours to help PMP®-certified project managers maintain their
"Microsoft Project 2010® is the leading project management software, and this
course will help project managers ensure they are capturing its full potential," said John Smith, Project Management
Academy's president and CEO. "Our online platform allows students to enhance their skills while preserving their
PMP® certifications, all from the convenience of their homes or offices."
Club PDU streamlines the process of earning and tracking the PDUs required to maintain
PMP® certification. Project Management Academy provides a growing online library
of professional development courses, ranging from one-hour micro-courses to broader, multiple-hour presentations.
Students can track their PDU
progress online, and utilize the optional email reminder service to ensure their certification remains valid. All
courses are approved by the Project Management Institute® as continuing education
To access this and other courses, visit the Project Management Academy website, projectmanagementacademy.net.
Project Management Academy® (PMA) is the most trusted name in project management
training, providing PMP, Agile and PDU courses. Project Management Academy is a Registered Education Provider with the Project Management
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